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Oxford demoscene meetup, 20 January 2007! (Updated)

Sunday, December 17th, 2006

From 2pm, Far From The Madding Crowd, Friars Entry, Oxford
Following a number of “What the feck, you’re in Oxford too?”-type revelations at Sundown and subsequent conspiring, I’m proud to announce that Oxford is to host its first ever UK demoscene pub meet on Saturday 20th January 2007, at Far From The Madding Crowd (confirmed). Drop by for some fine beer, sparkling conversation and most likely showing off with shiny things running on laptops…

Things will be kicking off at around 2pm. Here’s how to find us (full map):

From Oxford train station: Go out of the main entrance and across the bus stops, then keep on heading in that direction past the big glass buildings on your left, over the bridge and continue down George Street (the one just to the left of the Opium Den sign. No, really) and past the coach station. At Old Orleans and the Cock And Camel pub, take the left turn. You’ll see the Gloucester Arms up ahead – take the footpath (Friars Entry) that runs past the entrance. Far From The Madding Crowd is on your right.

From the coach station (Gloucester Green): Go round the back of the concourse, and head for the far left corner of the market square, where you’ll see the Gloucester Arms pub. Take the footpath (Friars Entry) that runs past the entrance – Far From The Madding Crowd is on your right.

Drop me an email if you need crash space, can offer crash space, think you’re likely to get lost and could do with my mobile number, or anything else really.